Archive for February 10th, 2012

Obama Shell Game With Religious Freedom

Obama Shell Game With Religious Freedom

It seems no one is buying President Obama’s faux “compromise” attack on religious freedom in America. We recently learned that ObamaCare attacks religious freedom by mandating religious organizations provide contraception and abortifacients, regardless of whether this violates their conscience or not. In the aftermath of the firestorm over that, President Obama proposes a “compromise” to shift the burden of providing morally objectionable services from employers to the health insurance agencies they pay for services. No one is buying it.

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Usurper Obama Tramples the First Amendment

Usurper Obama Tramples the First Amendment

Barack Obama has once again reminded the American people that he has no reservation at all about dictating to his subjects what they must do and when they must do it. Take his most recent power grab. Whether one agrees with the use of contraception or not, forcing religious institutions to pay for a practice that violates their own doctrines is a gross misuse of government power and a violation of the First Amendment.

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More Patriotic and Uplifting Behavior from Occupy Wall Street

More Patriotic and Uplifting Behavior from Occupy Wall Street

Well, apparently the Occupy Wall Street movement–though we haven’t heard as much from them lately–is as patriotic, law-abiding and uplifting as ever. In this video, we see vandalism, property destruction, a multitude of profane and anti-American statements.  The Occupy Wall Street, with their Democrat Party supporters, really helps make it clear who a patriotic American should vote for this election year, doesn’t it?

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National Popular Vote: Goodbye, Sweet America

National Popular Vote: Goodbye, Sweet America

Our Constitution is under constant attack. One of the most pernicious attacks is being waged by those who seek to override the constitutional provisions under which The States, as political entities, elect the President; and to replace it with a national popular vote (NPV) under which inhabitants of major metropolitan areas will choose the President.

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False Gods are Thirsty for Blood

False Gods are Thirsty for Blood

Cortez ordered his ships sunk. There was no turning back. With 500 men Cortez set out FEBRUARY 10, 1519, toward Mexico City. Cortez’ secretary, Francisco Lopez de Gomara, recorded that after they triumphantly entered the city, Montezuma proudly showed them the grand buildings, including: a theater made of human bones, wherein was counted 136,000 skulls… a tower was made of skulls too numerous to count…and other signs of mass bloodshed.

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